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Hiren Pandit joins SE TransStadia

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Hiren Pandit joins SE TransStadia

SE TransStadia has brought on board Hiren Pandit. His last stint was with GroupM, and amongst the many roles he played there, one of them was to drive the Entertainment and Sports practice.

“I am passionate about sports and the commitment TransStadia has shown in this space is how I made this decision to join them,” said Pandit.

Udit Sheth, MD and CEO said, “TransStadia has swiftly grown over the last four years. To manage this growth and further build the business, we wanted to build a strong leadership team. I have known Hiren for some time now and believe his experience and passion are the right combination to lead TransStadia in achieving its objectives. Personally and on behalf of TransStadia, I welcome Hiren and wish him all the success in his new role.”

For the record, TransStadia is a company that has diversified interests across sports academies, intellectual property rights, consulting and infrastructure. TransStadia focusses on bringing the best technology into sport, and has recently set up a manufacturing facility to design and build mobile stadiums. 

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